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With NSW threatening to tear up longstanding water-sharing agreements, institutional investors are questioning whether the headline risk that comes with water investment is worth the consistently strong returns.
Canadian pension expands its presence in Australian ag to almost A$3bn with two simultaneous mega-deals in the Murray-Darling Basin.
A headshot of LGIAsuper CIO Troy Rieck
In the second of our two-part interview with LGIAsuper CIO Troy Rieck, the superfund’s new man discusses the irrelevance of asset class definitions, co-investments and the F-word.
A headshot of LGIAsuper CIO Troy Rieck
In the first of our two-part interview with LGIAsuper CIO Troy Rieck, he discusses the importance of using GPs with diverse skills and the challenges the superfund faces with its ag and water assets.
Sustainability, green energy, environment
Pollination will focus solely on energy transition through advisory services it will provide to governments and policy makers and its investment arm, which will seek to raise $4bn.
The Australian competition watchdog will examine how water markets' participants behave and what impact they have on water prices, as well as the extent to which the markets' original objectives have been achieved.
Canadian pension fund PSP has agreed to acquire 100% of the shares in Webster, Australia’s largest walnut producer and a significant holder of water entitlements in the Murray-Darling Basin.
A government-backed research project aims to examine the risks associated with agricultural development in the region and help ‘outline a clear path’ for investors.
Grower-tenant Rod Stiefvater says the adjustment to California’s Sustainable Groundwater Management Act is just getting underway and will transform regional ag 'dramatically.'
Consultant Aither found the average monthly water allocation price was A$550/ML, with entitlement values also ‘well above’ previous records.
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